These days, Hoffman — whose Winnie the Pooh collection is noted in Guinness World Records — says she tries to put some Pooh in her life at any opportunity.
Sarah Sterling, 26, is a DisneyBounder who dresses up as Disney characters, but you might be surprised to see what her “costumes” look like.
The star of the 1980s show says her son has recently started calling her Punky in public, and her kids even sing the theme song when they go out.
It was only a few short years before they would get their own hit series, with the premiere of The Simpsons in 1989. Furthermore, Travis highlights and styles his hair in a manner that resembles Bart Simpson’s, and has a colorful wardrobe on hand that rivals the distinctively popping colors of Springfield, USA.
Millennial love of Bob Ross and his "happy little trees" extends to Grint, who says he watched the painter's series as a child.
Walking the floors of WonderCon, you can find just about anything — including your favorite superheroes and genre entertainment characters, courtesy of the many talented and dedicated cosplayers who attend the convention. Taking a colder heart than his onscreen inspiration, a Deadpool dead-ringer tells #Obsessed, “My relationship advice to you is, just don’t have any relationships.” Iron Man agrees: “Don’t get tied down.” Then again, a billionaire playboy with the ability to fly would say that.
#Obsessed went to WonderCon 2017 in Anaheim, Calif., and got the scoop from some truly dedicated cosplayers about tips, tricks, and harsh realities of the increasingly visible pastime. It’s really warm,” said one man, whose impressive, battle-damaged Iron Man cosplay armor is well-worn both inside and out.
William Shatner turns 86 today, and while the original Captain Kirk has probably met his fair share of Star Trek fans, James Cawley may be the biggest. The 49-year-old Elvis impersonator from Ticonderoga, N.Y., has meticulously built a faithful reconstruction of the entire set from the original 1960s Star Trek television series. A lot of people might have grown out of playing Star Trek, but Cawley says his love for the series only deepened with age.
“I’m an ’80s baby at heart,” entertainer Nick Cannon tells Yahoo. His collection of ’80s pop culture memorabilia runs deep. He even wears it on his body, as he’s got tattoos ranging from Steven Spielberg’s most famous movie character, E.T., to the Flux Capacitor, the time-travel device which allows Marty McFly to zip around the space-time continuum in a DeLorean in the Back to the Future trilogy.
Barbie turns 58 years old on March 9, and the iconic doll still looks pretty fabulous. One person who would definitely agree is Barbie superfan Azusa Sakamoto, who goes by Azusa Barbie on Instagram. Azusa, 35, is absolutely obsessed with Barbie — and one visit to her Los Angeles apartment definitely proves that point.
Only a few weeks before Bill Paxton died on Feb. 25 at the age of 61, the actor had come to Yahoo Studios in Los Angeles to chat about his new CBS drama, Training Day. But one thing that he revealed, which we didn’t know about, was his love of art.
In honor of the anniversary of the release of Sleeping Beauty on Jan. 29, 1959, we set out to find the biggest Disney princess superfan out there. Meet Richard Schaefer. Schaefer has been a fan of Disney princesses since he was a kid, but it wasn’t until he was in high school that he decided to become a Disney princess.
On Nov. 16, 2001 — exactly 15 years ago on this day — a phenomenon was born: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, the first film adaptation of the bestselling book series by J.K. Rowling, was released in theaters and became a household name overnight.